Dr Oz: Colleen Williams 100 Pound Weight Loss Goal & Autopsy Suite


Dr Oz: Colleen Williams 700 Pound Woman

Dr Oz brought back Colleen Williams, the 700 pound woman who is desperate for Doctor Oz’s help to lose weight.  In case you missed the other three times that Colleen was on the Dr Oz Show, here are links to the recaps:

Dr Oz: 700 Lb Woman Colleen Williams

Dr Oz: Ruby Gettinger Mentors 700 Lb Lady



  1. Sherry says

    I am trying to lose only 30 pounds and it has been so hard. I think, even with all the information and help that Colleen has been given, she needs a “friend” close by to be accountable to. Like it helps me to tell one of the other people at my gym that I will meet them the next day at a certain time and then I know that I have to be there. I don’t get their phone number, I don’t want a way out. Colleen needs a friend. I understand all the things that Dr. Oz has provided for her, I am sure she knows what she has been given, but she needs accountability that is a face-to-face. And maybe an older friend that does not look like a skinny-minny. I like to work out with people like me so that I don’t feel so old and fat. Colleen needs some one that will modify and go a little slower to help her get some results. I pray that she get healthy and well. She is on my mind. God Bless.

  2. Sarah says

    I stumbled on the autopsy scene and cannot get it out of my mind. I am 60# overweight on a 5’5″ frame, a fairly new development in a life of health and high metabolism. It is sickening, but the value of that segment for me is that I am re-living what happened to that body – especially the weight and texture of the fat. I do not usually watch the show (my parents are HUGE fans) but am very grateful I saw this one. In this country this is a valuable series. People may not be 700#, but look around! Dr. Oz has chosen only one of a majority who have lost sight of their healthy selves, as have I. It is two days since that segment that haunts me, and I newly starting Weight Watchers. I’ve done it before and know it works. That and self-love. There is a lot of love in this life, but sometimes self-love is the hardest. Thanks so much for listening!

  3. Deborah says

    Well, I am currently carrying an extra 130 lbs. I’ve been about 100 pounds overweight for the last 20 years. I’ve been overweight for most of my life, except when I was put on diet pills at age 11. Even then, it was tough to eat flavorless baked chicken and canned green beans and iceberg lettuce (cuz my family also had to be cheap). Since then I’ve done organic foods, and am currently choosing healthier foods. Now I am almost 52, had a hysterectomy a year ago and was tormented about my weight for most of my life. The relationships with parents is DEFINITELY something I think we can all relate to, especially if it was not empowering and all about what a person looks like or how much money they make. Image is out of control in our media and relationships. A 700 lbs woman has core issues that were never dealt with. Hopefully, they will deal with those instead of focussing just on diet and exercise. I myself do relate to her, the woman has a pretty face. She is angry because of abuse. She is sad because she knows she chose to do this to hreself and now the situation is dire and will require a LOT of her. Who can’t relate to a seeming insurmountable task that still chooses to take it on and possibly win over those internal demons?

  4. kelly says

    I am only 31 and I am over weight. I’m 64inches =5’4 and I currently weigh 170. I feel defeated, ugly, heavy, insecure…. I know I should exercise, but I feel so lazy and heavy I even think that knowing all of this I am not motivated. How pathetic is that! I think I could use some assistance to losing weight. I like baseball, basketball, batmitten an so on. But I can’t afford to pay to do these things and I need someone to do them with me and I need to be in a comfortable environment to do them in order to not feel any less than what I already do. I love veggies of all kinds and they are exspensive to get all the time and it goes very quickly. This has been my battle for the past 3 years. I love Italian foods and its difficult to resist the sauces,noodles, and cheeses. Only by faith and the help and grace of God I can get rid of this fat and be at a healtier weight- 130 or less. The #s don’t really matter as long as I see it in my body. Having the flat stomach feels so much better for my posture, and smaller breasts for my back and slim thighs feels better when I walk and laying down on the bed with them together. Being fat is pain in every way. I hope everyone who struggles with this get the help they need. God Bless!

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